Category Archives: Cape Town Architecture

Ocean View Drive

Muller-PerspectiveKUBE architecture is helping a couple of friends make some changes to their home in Ocean View Drive, Cape Town. This is one of the directions we’ve explored thus far.

Premier Fires Showroom Update


Cape Town architects, KUBE have been appointed to re-design the Cape Town premises for Premier Fires (formerly Morso Fireplaces ). Premier Fires is an importer, distributor and installer of Morso, Godin and Heat&Glo fireplaces. The brief is aimed at the creation of a new showroom which will embody and convey the image of luxury and style with which the brand has become associated. Continue reading

Roseberry Avenue Update: Latest Images


The first phase of the Roseberry Avenue alteration is practically complete so we thought this would be a good time to show you a little bit of what we’ve been busy with. Continue reading

KUBE architecture: Virginia Avenue Update (Alterations and Additions, Cape Town)


KUBE architecture recently made some adjustments to the Virginia avenue project. The first of many we’ll be making in our effort towards satisfying our clients’ needs, while at the same time creating a humble yet beautiful piece of architecture in Cape Town. Continue reading

Implementation of New Energy Legislation (SANS10400XA): 14 May 2012


Like many other Cape Town architects we received this letter in the electronic mailbox the other day…What it says is that all new building work, alterations and additions included, would have to comply with these regulations which targets the amount of electricity consumed by households for heating water, temperature regulation and lighting. Continue reading

Lorenzo Nassimbeni: Where Art and Architecture meet.

lorenzo nassimbeni display

The work of Lorenzo Nassimbeni is located where the disciplines of architecture and fine art meet.  Sometimes fun and playful, often all-grown up and austere, Lorenzo’s wall coverings, fabric, murals and art reflect the urban landscape from which he lovingly draws his inspiration. His portfolio is diverse yet consistently reflecting his signature architectural style of drawing. Continue reading